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Humminbird HELIX 9 SI/GPS Combo

Humminbird HELIX 9 SI/GPS Combo
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HELIX 9 SI/GPS Combo

The HELIX 9 SI GPS features a super bright LED backlit 9" display. This wide screen 800H x 480V color display provides bright, crystal-clear images for easy viewing in harsh sunlight. The Side Imaging/Down Imaging sonar with DualBeam PLUS and SwitchFire has up to 8000 watts PTP power output, GPS Chartplotting with built-in ContourXD map and Ethernet Networking capabilities. includes a unit cover, dual card reader and Instant Access Preset buttons.

*Optional 50 kHz transducers available for extreme deepwater use

*To obtain 1000 watts, optional deepwater transducer required

Specifications:
  • Display Size - Diagonal: 9"
  • Display Pixel Matrix: 480V x 800H
  • Display Type: Color TFT
  • Display Colors Grayscale: 65,000 Colors
  • Sonar Standard:Side Imaging/Down Imaging/DualBeam PLUS
  • Standard Sonar Coverage:20°, 60° & (2) 85° @ -10db (Total of 180°)
  • Standard Sonar Frequency:50*/83/200/455 kHz
  • Target Separation:2.5"
  • Power Output RMS:1000 Watts*
  • Power Output Peak to Peak:8000 Watts*
  • Depth Capability:150 ft (SI/DI), 1500 ft & 3000 ft*
  • Temperature:Built-In Transducer
  • Speed: GPS Speed Included
  • Backlight:LED
  • Unit Size - Gimbal Mount:13.44"W x 7.12"H x 4.20"D
  • Mount A Type:Gimbal
  • Unit Size - Indash Mount:13.44"W x 7.12"H x 3.99""D
  • Mounting Options:Optional In-Dash Mounting Kit
  • Transducer Standard: XHS 9 HDSI 180 T
  • Transducer Mounting:Transom
  • Power Input:10-20 VDC
  • GPS Receiver:Included
  • GPS Tracking:Included
  • GPS Chartplotting:Included
  • Waypoints, Routes, Tracks/Points:2,750, 45, 50/20,000
  • Humminbird Mapping:Optional
  • Navionics Gold/HotMaps:Optional
  • Navionics Platinum+:Optional
  • Platinum Capable:Optional
  • C-Map 4D:Not Supported
  • 360 Imaging:Optional
  • i-Pilot Link:Optional
  • HD Radar:Optional
  • NMEA 2000:Optional
  • 5 Port Expansion Module:Optional
  • WeatherSense:Not Supported
  • Precision GPS:Included
  • Heading Sensor GPS:Optional
  • PC Connect:Optional
  • External GPS Receiver:Optional
  • AS Interlink:Not Supported
  • AIS Compatability:Optional
  • SwitchFire Sonar:Included
  • Screen Snap Shot:Included
  • Sonar Recording:Included
  • Humminbird PC:Included
  • Upgradable Internal Software:Included
  • Split Screen Zoom:Included
  • Split Screen Bottom Lock:Included
  • 3D Chart View:Included
  • Large Digits View:Included
  • Wide/Narrow Cone Split Screen:Included
  • Custom View Selections:Included
  • Custom Digital Readout:Included
  • View Preset Keys:Included
  • Temperature Graph:Included
  • Temperature Alarm:Included
  • Freeze Frame:Included
  • Instant Image Update:Included
  • Mark Structure on Sonar:Included
  • Selective Fish ID+:Included
  • Real Time Sonar:Included
  • Triplog:Included
  • X-Press Menu System:Included
  • Card Reader Available:Yes
  • # Card Slots:2
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